Florida Vs. Tennessee ESPN GameDay Sign: "Will Muschamp Listens To Nickelback"

How the hell'd we wind up like this?

With ESPN GameDay in Knoxville, Tenn., Saturday morning in anticipation of the day's big Tennessee Volunteers-Florida Gators matchup, a Vols fan made sure the gloves were officially off with a sign behind a totally-serious-looking David Pollack that reads, "Will Muschamp Listens to Nickelback."

Just look at this photograph.

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While his rad haircut might suggest Muschamp is more of a Speedwagon guy, it's unknown at this time whether the claims of the Florida coach loving Nickelback are substantiated or not. Or whether Jeff Driskel indeed throws Zima bottles. Either way, today's rivalry game has clearly taken on a new level of vitriol.

The sign is a glorious nod to a picket-sign-toting Chicago teacher from earlier this week that read "Rahm Emanuel Likes Nickelback." Or it's just a huge coincidence that when people want to show their utter disregard of another human being's quality via magic marker, their immediate go-to is Nickelback.

H/T The Big Lead.

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